Tuesday Topic: @bayleepaintshair asks: “What would you do if your guest was scheduled for a tone and haircut but it turns out to be a major correction?” Check out her answer below ⬇️
Well, in this situation that is what I decided was best anywaysss
(for her first session)!🙏🏻💕
On towel dried hair (with conditioner on her ends to protect it from grabbing the color as I brushed it down) I used @joico A5 with equal parts N4 and N6 as her shadow melt to blur out these chunky highlights.
As you can see in the video toward the crown I am pulling the color down a bit further to give it a soft blend
(like a reverse balayage effect)🙌🏻🙌🏻
Around her hairline I tapped the root with the same color and brushed it through as well.. to blend it but not to create too much darkness around her face!!
After this processed I applied an all over tone using the new @wella Lightest Pearl Blonde with a drop of the Brass Kicker ⚡️🧘♀️
Before she left she was scheduled for 4 weeks out to begin even more of the correction- more highlights on the ends and further blurring with lowlights and a touch up of this base melt!! 🌌🧚♂️
She was also sent home with @olaplex number 3,4 and 5 (treatment, shampoo, and conditioner) to continue the healing and the color protection at home.
Isn’t it crazy how a base melt can save a life!?? 😱💕